Messages & Channelings

This newsletter ran in 2006 and touched a nerve with so many readers who wanted to reclaim their lives from dead-end, corporate jobs. I hope it inspires you to open to new possibilities...

It’s a beautiful day here in the Northeast with a pale-yellow sun high in the sky and the temperature at a balmy 42 degrees. I’ve just returned from a long walk around the lake, where I spent time contemplating the end of a decade and the start of the New Year.

Cheryl Richardson > What To Do When You Can’t Forgive Someone

I love the idea of forgiveness.  I'd love nothing more than to think about someone, say a prayer, and be done with the past for good.  But life doesn't work that way.  

This morning I watched a recorded segment from an Oprah Show that told the story of a woman, Angela, who prayed with a young man who attempted to rob her at gunpoint while she worked behind the counter in her office. I imagine many of you may have heard about the story. Out of fear and desperation, she begged the man to spare her life and then started praying out loud asking to be protected.

Happy New Year! I know it’s the time of year when we make resolutions, set goals, and focus on how we need to grow and change and evolve in the coming year.  But, here’s what I’m thinking…

On Saturday morning, just before leaving for the "I Can Do It" conference here in Toronto this weekend, I was inspired to use my own advice. I was rushing around the house trying to pack and organize so I'd be ready to meet the car taking me to the airport. 

Cheryl Richardson > What To Do When Fear and Anger Take Over

Our greatest contribution to humanity is made when we make the evolution of our own consciousness our first priority.

I know life requires us to be present to everything – the success and sadness, the peace and pain.  Learning to be with all of our feelings is fertilizer for growth and healing.

Cheryl Richardson > The Secret Ingredient To All Healing

I know life requires us to be present to everything – the success and sadness, the peace and pain. Learning to be with all of our feelings is fertilizer for growth and healing. It’s just not that easy.

As many of you know, the creative genius, Nora Ephron died last week after a long illness. Nora was responsible for such wonderful films as Heartburn, When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, You've Got Mail, and her latest movie, Julie & Julia. While reading about Nora's vast, accomplished career, I came across an excerpt from her most recent book, "I Remember Nothing: and Other Reflections." 

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